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Cruise Lines Say Bon Voyage to 'Friends of Dorothy'

Cruise Lines Say Bon Voyage to 'Friends of Dorothy'

By Rick Foster |
Writer Rick Foster sets sail on Princess Cruises to find out whatever happened to the gay meet-up, "Friends of Dorothy."

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Key West's Island House Resort Will Be 'Good As New'

Key West's Island House Resort Will Be 'Good As New'

Sep 19
Having been spared the full wrath of Hurricane Irma, Key West mainstay hotel the Island House resort issued a statement to guests to thank them for their concern and let all know that they will be up and running soon.

The Worst Named Places in the World

The Worst Named Places in the World

Sep 19
Thinking about a holiday? It's doubtful Boring, Nasty, Rottenegg will be on your list of possible destinations.

Cruise Lines Say Bon Voyage to 'Friends of Dorothy'

Cruise Lines Say Bon Voyage to 'Friends of Dorothy'

By Rick Foster | Sep 18
Writer Rick Foster sets sail on Princess Cruises to find out whatever happened to the gay meet-up, "Friends of Dorothy."

Audacious Autumn: Squirrel Cook-Off, Elktober & Purple Feet

Audacious Autumn: Squirrel Cook-Off, Elktober & Purple Feet

By Beth J. Harpaz | Sep 17
Consider adding one of these audacious autumnal experiences to your calendar: a squirrel cook off in Arkansas, ukulele festival in Florida, caterpillar races in North Carolina or the annual wife-carrying contest in Maine.

Turn Over a New Leaf: Chasing Foliage by Foot

Turn Over a New Leaf: Chasing Foliage by Foot

By William J. Kole | Sep 16
Here's a novel way to enjoy autumn in New England: While the trees are dropping their leaves, you can be shedding some pounds.

Vegas Rolls Out Red, White & Green Carpet for Mexican Holiday

Vegas Rolls Out Red, White & Green Carpet for Mexican Holiday

By Regina Garcia Cano | Sep 15
Las Vegas never needs an excuse to party, and as an entertainment oasis a short trip from Mexico, the city will roll out the red, white and green carpet starting Friday to celebrate Mexican Independence Day.

Home Sweet Home: 3 Made-in-Nashville Tastemakers

Home Sweet Home: 3 Made-in-Nashville Tastemakers

By Jill Gleeson | Sep 15
Nashville, which is fast becoming the South's coolest city, is now officially about more than music. It's also become host to an energetic and creative cadre of tastemakers producing cutting edge home goods.

Booking.com Defends Pricing After 'Abusive' Pricing Allegation

Booking.com Defends Pricing After 'Abusive' Pricing Allegation

Sep 14
Online travel giant Booking.com is defending its policy on the commissions it charges in Switzerland after a state agency opened an investigation into alleged "abusive" pricing.

Irma Wreaks Havoc on Travel Plans

Irma Wreaks Havoc on Travel Plans

By Beth J. Harpaz | Sep 13
A canceled honeymoon, a postponed funeral, an "evacuation vacation" and a fall foliage trip substituting for a beach getaway. These are some of the ways in which Hurricane Irma affected travelers.

Poetry for the Masses: Transit Poems Spread to Rhode Island

Poetry for the Masses: Transit Poems Spread to Rhode Island

By Michelle R. Smith | Sep 12
A program that spreads poetry through the transit systems of U.S. cities is getting a new audience as it celebrates its 25th year.

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